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[audio]Moan - Works 2002-2006 [enrmp099] - Moan
Anthology of dark ambient themes by the Polish and previous Enough Records release artist MOAN.
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[audio]Moan - Works 1999-2002 [enrmp023] - moan
Dark ambient anthology album by Polish project MOAN. Artwork by André Coelho.
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[audio]Taiga Ghost - Piss Piss Piss Moan Moan Moan
at long last piss piss piss moan moan moan return! taiga ghost is the next addition to the ever-evolving and ad-hoc ghost series. the title track is a stretched out monster - full of blissed out wall of sound shimmer-haze, primal rhythm and bass throb. the second track finds pppmmm in a mellower mood. it starts off introspective, approaching a more electro-acoustic stylee. whispers, electric hum, voice, feedback and ghostly melody intertwine before the noise is unleashed...
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[audio]live at permanent records - Piss Piss Piss Moan Moan Moan
"here's a blistering live set recorded at permanent records on november 29th, 2008. it was a dark and cold night, but the place was packed to the brim with noiseniks. alex and nicole destroyed! primal drum bashing beats, overdriven electronics. the sound is massive and warm. the perfect combination of harsh noise, melody and soft shifting textures. 17 minutes 32 seconds."
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[audio]Live at Enemy - Piss Piss Piss Moan Moan Moan

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[texts]Public employee training on the State level in the United States - Moan, Charles Edward

Keywords: Civil service--Study and teaching (Internship)--United States--States
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[texts]Beneficial effects of UV radiation other than via vitamin D production. (Volume 4) - Juzeniene, Asta
This article is from Dermato-endocrinology, volume 4.AbstractMost of the positive effects of solar radiation are mediated via ultraviolet-B (UVB) induced production of vitamin D in skin. However, several other pathways may exist for the action of ultraviolet (UV) radiation on humans as focused on in this review. One is induction of cosmetic tanning (immediate pigment darkening, persistent pigment darkening and delayed tanning)...
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[texts]Convergence of the Magnus series - Per Christian Moan
The Magnus series is an infinite series which arises in the study of linear ordinary differential equations. If the series converges, then the matrix exponential of the sum equals the fundamental solution of the differential equation. The question considered in this paper is: When does the series converge? The main result establishes a sufficient condition for convergence, which improves on several earlier results.
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[texts]On an asymptotic method for computing the modified energy for symplectic methods - Per Christian Moan
We revisit an algorithm by Skeel et al. for computing the modified, or shadow, energy associated with the symplectic discretization of Hamiltonian systems. By rephrasing the algorithm as a Richardson extrapolation scheme arbitrary high order of accuracy is obtained, and provided error estimates show that it does capture the theoretical exponentially small drift associated with such discretizations...
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[texts]Biologically efficient solar radiation: Vitamin D production and induction of cutaneous malignant melanoma. (Volume 5) - Grigalavicius, Mantas
This article is from Dermato-endocrinology, volume 5.AbstractSolar ultraviolet (UV) radiation is the main source of vitamin D production and is also the most important environmental risk factor for cutaneous malignant melanoma (CMM) development. In the present study the relationships between daily or seasonal UV radiation doses and vitamin D status, dietary vitamin D intake and CMM incidence rates at different geographical latitudes were investigated...
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[texts]North-South gradients of melanomas and non-melanomas: A role of vitamin D? (Volume 5) - Moan, Johan
This article is from Dermato-endocrinology, volume 5.AbstractIncidence rates of skin cancer increase with decreasing latitude in Norway, as in many other countries with white populations. The latitudinal trends of the incidence rates of skin cancer were studied and compared with data for vitamin D-induced by UV and for vitamin D intake. The north-south gradient for CMM incidence rates on sun exposed skin is much smaller than those for BCC and SCC, and that for BCC is smaller than that for SCC...
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[texts]Use of alcohol and drugs among health professionals in Norway: a study using data from questionnaires and samples of oral fluid. (Volume 9) - Edvardsen, Hilde Marie Er?y
This article is from Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology (London, England), volume 9.AbstractWorking under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol may affect safety and job performance. However, the size of this possible problem among health professionals (HPs) is unknown. The aim of this study was threefold: (i) to analyze samples of oral fluid and self-reported data from questionnaires to investigate the prevalence of alcohol and drugs among a sample of HPs in Norway, (ii) to study s...
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[texts]Photostability of commercial sunscreens upon sun exposure and irradiation by ultraviolet lamps. (Volume 7) - Gonzalez, Helena
This article is from BMC Dermatology, volume 7.AbstractBackground: Sunscreens are being widely used to reduce exposure to harmful ultraviolet (UV) radiation. The fact that some sunscreens are photounstable has been known for many years. Since the UV-absorbing ingredients of sunscreens may be photounstable, especially in the long wavelength region, it is of great interest to determine their degradation during exposure to UV radiation...
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[texts]Parathyroid hormone, but not vitamin D, is associated with the metabolic syndrome in morbidly obese women and men: a cross-sectional study. (Volume 8) - Hjelmesaeth, J?ran
This article is from Cardiovascular Diabetology, volume 8.AbstractBackground: The prevalence of vitamin D insufficiency and secondary hyperparathyroidism is high among morbidly obese subjects. Further, low serum levels of 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25 [OH]D) and magnesium have been associated with increased risk of the metabolic syndrome (MS), and recently, a possible link between PTH and MS has been reported...
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[texts]Use of alcohol and drugs by Norwegian employees: a pilot study using questionnaires and analysis of oral fluid. (Volume 5) - Gjerde, Hallvard
This article is from Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology (London, England), volume 5.AbstractBackground: The use of alcohol and drugs may affect workplace safety and productivity. Little is known about the magnitude of this problem in Norway. Methods: Employee recruitment methods with or without individual follow-up were compared. The employees filled in a questionnaire and provided a sample of oral fluid...
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[texts]First dark matter search results from a 4-kg CF$_3$I bubble chamber operated in a deep underground site - E. Behnke
New data are reported from the operation of a 4.0 kg CF$_{3}$I bubble chamber in the 6800-foot-deep SNOLAB underground laboratory. The effectiveness of ultrasound analysis in discriminating alpha-decay background events from single nuclear recoils has been confirmed, with a lower bound of $>$99.3% rejection of alpha-decay events. Twenty single nuclear recoil event candidates and three multiple bubble events were observed during a total exposure of 553 kg-days distributed over three different bub...
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[texts]Direct Measurement of the Bubble Nucleation Energy Threshold in a CF3I Bubble Chamber - COUPP Collaboration
We have directly measured the energy threshold and efficiency for bubble nucleation from iodine recoils in a CF3I bubble chamber in the energy range of interest for a dark matter search. These interactions cannot be probed by standard neutron calibration methods, so we develop a new technique by observing the elastic scattering of 12 GeV/c negative pions. The pions are tracked with a silicon pixel telescope and the reconstructed scattering angle provides a measure of the nuclear recoil kinetic e...
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[texts]Fibrinogen-induced perivascular microglial clustering is required for the development of axonal damage in neuroinflammation. (Volume 3) - Davalos, Dimitrios
This article is from Nature Communications, volume 3.AbstractBlood-brain barrier disruption, microglial activation and neurodegeneration are hallmarks of multiple sclerosis. However, the initial triggers that activate innate immune responses and their role in axonal damage remain unknown. Here we show that the blood protein fibrinogen induces rapid microglial responses toward the vasculature and is required for axonal damage in neuroinflammation...
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